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For the 36th year, Discovery Channel’s beloved, week-long annual celebration known as “Shark Week” is once again swimming our way, set to kick off on Sunday, July 7, 2024!

Discovery Channel has announced this week that WWE superstar / “Peacemaker” star John Cena will be hosting “Shark Week,” which has been lighting up your summer since 1988.

Discovery previews, “Shark Week hosted by John Cena promises to be an electrifying and unforgettable experience that will leave you in awe of the world beneath the waves.

“One of the highlights of this week-long event will be the premiere of Belly of the Beast Pt. 2, an intense and eye-opening show that delves into the world of great white shark feeding frenzies. You can also look forward to Monster Hammerhead: Species X, a captivating exploration of a potential new species of hammerhead sharks! Plus, Great White Serial Killer: Sea of Blood, a gripping tale of a great white shark wreaking havoc in a local village. And keep an eye out for more incredible shark species to be highlighted this year!”

Stay tuned for more on “Shark Week” 2024 as we learn it.

And speaking of sharks, a whole lot of brand new shark attack horror movies are in the works here in 2024. Lizzy Greene is starring in High Tide and Sean Byrne is directing Dangerous Animals, for starters, while Tommy Wirkola is making his own untitled shark movie.

Also don’t forget about Netflix’s Under Paris, a shark attack horror movie from French filmmaker Xavier Gens that’s premiering on the streaming service on June 5, 2024.

And then there’s the wacky Graveyard Shark, also swimming our way this summer. We’re even getting a third 47 Meters Down movie, which has been titled 47 Meters Down: The Wreck.

Sharks… they’re everywhere lately!

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